0% Interest Options Available
On All Mattresses.

With adaptive comfort materials and active support systems, every Luma mattress
is made to order for your body type.

Every Luma Mattress™ and Slumber System has been designed and crafted to meet the Sleep Doctor’s four factors of great mattress design. The Sleep Doctor, Michael J. Breus, PhD consulted with Luma Sleep's founders in the product development for our Mattress Collection.

Incorporating Dr. Breus' Four Factors

With adaptive comfort materials and active support systems, every Luma mattress is made to order for your body type

Our mattresses support your lower back while minimizing pressure on your hip and shoulder.

This ensures good circulation and progressive support that minimizes tossing and turning.

Our mattresses are designed to absorb your body energy.

Luma Sleep uses motion dampering support materials such as, indivdually wrapped pocketed coils and latex.

Tencel fabric and latex are naturally breathable materials.

Tencel wicks away any perspiration and open cell latex provides for the air flow needed so you achieve an ideal temperate zone for deep sleep.

Individually wrapped pocketed coils and latex provide for your spine to be in

correct allignment so your muscles can more easily relax and can get deeper, resorative sleep.


Uplifting Comfort

We design our beds differently than most of the “bed in a box” mattresses you’ll find online for one simple reason: every body is different. If someone told you that they’d designed a pair of jeans so perfect anybody could wear them regardless of their size or shape, would you believe them? Not so much? So why do so many on-line mattress brands claim just that? We combine the naturally responsive, breathable comfort of Talalay Latex foam with the advanced support of either individually wrapped pocket coils or American-made Dunlop Latex in customizable, upgradable designs so you can build a bed that’s perfect for you. No fluff, no fillers, no BS.

With Luma, over 90% of the materials inside are adapting to your movements so you stay comfortably supported.

Naturally Cool

Talalay latex has an open cell structure that allows air to circulate, wicking away excess heat and moisture. Studies show that excess heat can disrupt a healthy sleep cycle. Memory foams and polyurethane foams – even the one’s with “cooling gel” additives – are closed-cell, and actually trap heat in order to conform to your body. We think that’s totally uncool. The lighter densities of Talalay used in our top layers allow for better airflow then Dunlop latex which is Talalay's close cousin that is best used in the support layers farther down.

 

Progressive Support

Talalay adapts instantly and gently to your every movement throughout the night to keep your spine aligned and you muscles loose. But just like you, Talalay needs strong support system. We’ve paired our light and fluffy Talalay comfort layers with the progressively supportive base layers using either individually wrapped pocket coils or American Dunlop Latex.

Both of these support systems progressively respond to the weight of your body to keep you in a natural, blissful comfort.

 

With adaptive comfort materials and active support systems, every Luma mattress
is made to order for your body type.


The Four Factors
That Make Up a Great Mattress

1. Balanced Pressure

Most bedding brands only talk about reducing pressure, but positive pressure is also necessary. As Dr. Breus says, “Sleeping comfort is enhanced by balanced pressure, giving the lower back positive pressure and the hips and shoulders pressure relief”. A well designed mattress should fill in and support your lower back, while minimizing pressure on your hip and shoulder. This approach ensures good circulation and progressive back support that minimizes tossing and turning.

Our team and Dr. Breus believe that Talalay latex is the best material to achieve this ideal pressure balance. The natural resilient and responsive cell structure of Talalay latex combines the gentle, uplifting support with the pressure alleviation your body needs to sleep more deeply. While many bedding brands use a thin layer of this naturally derived material, Luma uses meaningfully thick layers of Talalay latex to achieve balanced pressure for your entire body while preventing you from experiencing the pressure points and lower back pain common in mattress designs made with a combination of “special foams”, memory foam and unresponsive block foam.

2. Spinal Support

We’ve all heard about “orthopedic support” and seen images of people in a perfect sleep postures with dotted lines to demonstrate the efficacy of the product. According to Dr, Breus, “It is truly important to keep your body in a naturally relaxed position while you sleep in order to avoid the muscle cramping and tightening that can wake you and leave you stiff and drowsy in the morning”. When the spine is in correct alignment, muscles can more easily relax and when your muscles are relaxed, you can get more deep, restorative sleep.

Because very few of stay in an ideally aligned position all night, Luma’s pocketed coil and latex support systems work in concert with the Talalay comfort layer to properly support your spine, whether you sleep on your side, on your back or somewhere in between. Every layer of a Luma Mattress or Slumber System is designed to dynamically adapt to your unique shape and sleeping position in order to keep your back and body in a gently supported, sleep-friendly balance.

3. Temperature Neutrality

Have you ever had one of those nights where you’re either freezing, or throwing off the covers despite having your thermostat set to a cool 70 degrees or so? Then it’s likely a primary driver of your discomfort is poor temperature moderation at the sleep surface. When the temperature under the covers stays neutral (82-86 degrees), your body can stay in deep sleep longer. As you fall asleep, your core body temperature drops. Then, as you go into even deeper stages of sleep, your core temperature drops again. If you get too cold, you will partially wake in order to warm up a bit with movement. If your body gets too warm, you are pulled out of deep sleep and cool yourself by tossing off the covers… only to get chilly and repeat this sleep-disruptive cycle.

 

Based on the Doctor’s research and advice, Luma prioritized putting a naturally breathable, temperature neutral comfort material in the top layers of every mattress we make. That guiding principle led us to turn once again to Talalay latex foam. Unlike, closed-cell memory and polyurethane foams that trap heat – yes, even the ones with “cooling gel” – Talalay’s naturally breathable, open cell structure allows air to circulate. This natural temperature regulation wicks away excess heat and moisture to keep you in the ideal temperate zone for deep sleep.

4. Limited Motion Transfer

It’s a bed, not a trampoline so the less abrupt movement, created by your bed partner (or say an overly rambunctious puppy or child) the better. It seems obvious that unnecessary motion is bad thing, but many traditional mattress designs actually magnify a bed partner's movements. “If you’re a light sleeper, even small movements can lead to “micro arousals” that disrupt your sleep cycle. They are so small, that you likely don’t remember them, but they have a negative impact all the same.” says Dr. Breus. Limiting or dampening motion transfer will maximize the quality of your sleep.

Luma’s support systems follow the Sleep Doctor’s 4th prescription. Our beds feature either individually wrapped pocket coils or movement dampening Dunlop Latex to virtually eliminate motion transfer. Pocketed Coils and latex are widely considered to be the best motion dampening support materials and are mostly used in luxury mattresses.

1. Balanced Pressure

Most bedding brands only talk about reducing pressure, but positive pressure is also necessary. As Dr. Breus says, “Sleeping comfort is enhanced by balanced pressure, giving the lower back positive pressure and the hips and shoulders pressure relief”. A well designed mattress should fill in and support your lower back, while minimizing pressure on your hip and shoulder. This approach ensures good circulation and progressive back support that minimizes tossing and turning.

Our team and Dr. Breus believe that Talalay latex is the best material to achieve this ideal pressure balance. The natural resilient and responsive cell structure of Talalay latex combines the gentle, uplifting support with the pressure alleviation your body needs to sleep more deeply. While many bedding brands use a thin layer of this naturally derived material, Luma uses meaningfully thick layers of Talalay latex to achieve balanced pressure for your entire body while preventing you from experiencing the pressure points and lower back pain common in mattress designs made with a combination of “special foams”, memory foam and unresponsive block foam.

2. Spinal Support

We’ve all heard about “orthopedic support” and seen images of people in a perfect sleep postures with dotted lines to demonstrate the efficacy of the product. According to Dr, Breus, “It is truly important to keep your body in a naturally relaxed position while you sleep in order to avoid the muscle cramping and tightening that can wake you and leave you stiff and drowsy in the morning”. When the spine is in correct alignment, muscles can more easily relax and when your muscles are relaxed, you can get more deep, restorative sleep.

Because very few of stay in an ideally aligned position all night, Luma’s pocketed coil and latex support systems work in concert with the Talalay comfort layer to properly support your spine, whether you sleep on your side, on your back or somewhere in between. Every layer of a Luma Mattress or Slumber System is designed to dynamically adapt to your unique shape and sleeping position in order to keep your back and body in a gently supported, sleep-friendly balance.

3. Temperature Neutrality

Have you ever had one of those nights where you’re either freezing, or throwing off the covers despite having your thermostat set to a cool 70 degrees or so? Then it’s likely a primary driver of your discomfort is poor temperature moderation at the sleep surface. When the temperature under the covers stays neutral (82-86 degrees), your body can stay in deep sleep longer. As you fall asleep, your core body temperature drops. Then, as you go into even deeper stages of sleep, your core temperature drops again. If you get too cold, you will partially wake in order to warm up a bit with movement. If your body gets too warm, you are pulled out of deep sleep and cool yourself by tossing off the covers… only to get chilly and repeat this sleep-disruptive cycle.

 

Based on the Doctor’s research and advice, Luma prioritized putting a naturally breathable, temperature neutral comfort material in the top layers of every mattress we make. That guiding principle led us to turn once again to Talalay latex foam. Unlike, closed-cell memory and polyurethane foams that trap heat – yes, even the ones with “cooling gel” – Talalay’s naturally breathable, open cell structure allows air to circulate. This natural temperature regulation wicks away excess heat and moisture to keep you in the ideal temperate zone for deep sleep.

4. Limited Motion Transfer

It’s a bed, not a trampoline so the less abrupt movement, created by your bed partner (or say an overly rambunctious puppy or child) the better. It seems obvious that unnecessary motion is bad thing, but many traditional mattress designs actually magnify a bed partner's movements. “If you’re a light sleeper, even small movements can lead to “micro arousals” that disrupt your sleep cycle. They are so small, that you likely don’t remember them, but they have a negative impact all the same.” says Dr. Breus. Limiting or dampening motion transfer will maximize the quality of your sleep.

Luma’s support systems follow the Sleep Doctor’s 4th prescription. Our beds feature either individually wrapped pocket coils or movement dampening Dunlop Latex to virtually eliminate motion transfer. Pocketed Coils and latex are widely considered to be the best motion dampening support materials and are mostly used in luxury mattresses.

"I was worried that the medium firm would have been harder than I wanted, but it is perfect. It's a great combination of sinking into bed and floating off to sleep. I would absolutely refer others."

OZ

0% Interest Options Available
On All Mattresses